Established as a mission church in July 1885, St Mary’s became an independent charge, moving into the present building, in 1888. The font and ciborium were given by the Earl of Zetland. Joined with St Olaf’s in Kirkwall in 1943. Two beautiful modern stained glass windows.
Sunday Eucharist: 10.30am, Thursday Morning prayer: 11.00am
Open by arrangement
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